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October 30, 2007

Largest local campaign contributions as of October 29th

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The Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) will soon release the final pre-election campaign finance data for our local elections.  The online VPAP database will include the October 29th financial reports covering fundraising activity for early October 2007.  On the VPAP website you can get contribution profiles on all the Charlottesville City Council and Albemarle County Board of Supervisors candidates. 

In the most recent reports, the largest donations of $2,000 and above are as follows:

Albemarle County Board of Supervisors

White Hall

  • $5,000 - Monticello Business Alliance to Supervisor candidate David Wyant (R-White Hall). This is the third donation from this group bringing the campaign total to $9,500.
  • $5,000 - Barbara J. Fried (Crozet resident and according to VPAP, chairman emeritus of the Fried Companies, a real estate development and management firm in Northern Virginia) to Supervisor candidate David Wyant (R-White Hall). This is the second donation from this individual bringing the campaign total to $5,250.
  • $3,000 - Leo Mallek (candidate's spouse) to Supervisor candidate Ann Mallek  (D-White Hall). This is the second donation from this individual bringing the campaign total to $3,100.
  • *$2,500 - Blue Ridge Homebuilders Association to Supervisor candidate David Wyant (R-White Hall)
  • $2,000 - Democratic Road Back PAC to Supervisor candidate Ann Mallek  (D-White Hall)

Scottsville

  • $4,500 - Monticello Business Alliance to Supervisor candidate Lindsay Dorrier (D-Scottsville). This is the third and fourth donations from this group bringing the campaign total to $8,500 [NOTE: Dorrier's report indicates the total received is $6,500, but elsewhere his reports detail 4 contributions totaling $8,500].

Rivanna

  • $9,000 - Monticello Business Alliance to Supervisor candidate Ken Boyd (R-Rivanna). These are the fourth and fifth donations from this group bringing the campaign total to $13,500.

Once VPAP has the data online (by Monday, November 5th), the links above should reflect all of the contributions shown.

Brian Wheeler

*UPDATE 12/14/07: A $2,500 contribution which was originally reported by the Wyant campaign as coming from "Shelter PAC" is now being reported as coming from the "Blue Ridge Homebuilders Association."  This post has been adjusted accordingly to match VPAP's database.

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